28 Jul 2010
In Australia, the 32GB device from Telstra will be available for A$99 ($88.59( a month over two years, but comes with a monthly data allowance of just 500MB.
Rival Optus’ most expensive plan is priced at A$79 a month for 2GB of data and no upfront cost for the 32GB iPhone 4.
Hong Kong operators CSL and 3 are planning midnight launch parties on Thursday night where they will unveil their prices, while SmarTone-Vodafone is gearing up for a July 30 debut.
China Unicom has cut iPhone prices reportedly as a way to prepare for the arrival of the iPhone 4. Senior officials have flown to the US this week to discuss iPhone 4 and the iPad, Chinese press has reported.
Indian operator Bharti Airtel is aiming for a launch date of September or October, said the Economic Times.
In South Korea, KT is hoping to launch the iPhone 4 in a couple of months, a delay from the original launch date of July 30, said the Korea Times.
Research firm Ovum believes that sales of the iPhone 4 will not be affected by the recent antenna software problems.